A New Plymouth student stood down for photographing up his
teacher's skirt has returned to school after just two days.
A police patrol car has crashed into a lamp post in Hamilton.
Four shortlisted flag designs will be put to the vote in
November but plots to gerrymander the referendum results are
already under way.
Some of the nation's Presbyterian churches are revolting
against a ban on performing same-sex marriages imposed by
their national body.
John Key says the first referendum on the flag was not
deliberately timed to coincide with the Rugby World Cup in a
bid to boost the chances of a silver fern making it through.
Sexual allegations involving students at Opotiki College in
the Bay of Plenty are being investigated by police.
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